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Table 2 Characteristics of delivering women with PMAD and SMI, national inpatient sample, 2006–2015 (Unweighted N = 7,906,820)a

From: Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, serious mental illness, and delivery-related health outcomes, United States, 2006–2015

  All Other Hospital Deliveries (unweighted N = 7,637,348) PMAD
(unweighted N = 219,294)
SMI
(unweighted) N = 50,178)
Weighted % (95% CI) Weighted % (95% CI) Weighted % (95% CI)
Age (mean, years)b 27.8 (27.7–27.9) 29.7 (28.6–28.8) 26.5 (26.5–26.6)
Insurance Payer
 Medicaid 43.5 (42.5–44.5) 44.0 (43.1–45.0) 72.0 (71.2–72.9)
 Private 50.4 (49.3–51.5) 51.2 (50.2–52.2) 23.5 (22.7–24.4)
 Uninsured 6.1 (5.7–6.5) 4.8 (4.5–5.0) 4.4 (4.1–4.8)
Income
 Bottom quartilec 27.6 (26.6–28.6) 23.9 (23.0–24.8) 35.9 (34.8–37.1)
Residence
 Rural 14.4 (13.8–15.1) 15.8 (15.0–16.6) 16.0 (15.2–16.8)
Hospital Region
 Northeast 15.9 (14.9–16.9) 19.5 (18.0–21.0) 19.4 (18.0–20.8)
 Midwest 21.2 (20.0–22.5) 27.0 (25.5–28.5) 25.4 (23.7–27.2)
 South 38.2 (36.5–39.9) 31.2 (29.5–32.9) 36.6 (34.7–38.5)
 West 24.7 (23.3–26.2) 22.4 (20.9–23.9) 18.7 (17.4–20.1)
  > 1 Co-morbid substance use disorder 5.4 (5.2–5.6) 19.1 (18.6–19.6) 37.3 (36.5–38.1)
  1. aAll proportions are represented as weighted % (95% Confidence Interval) unless otherwise noted. Boldface indicates statistical significance (P < 0.001)
  2. bWeighted mean (95% Confidence Interval)
  3. cRepresents patients living in a ZIP code with a median household income in the bottom national income quartile